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John Deere Announces Agreement with King Agro

Collaboration with carbon fiber technology expert includes exclusive development and distribution of carbon fiber booms for application equipment
Deere is collaborating with King Agro because of its extensive 22-year experience innovating and developing carbon fiber applications. King Agro is a world leader in producing carbon fiber applications for boating and marine products, including masts for racing sailboats.
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Summers Manufacturing Celebrates 50th Anniversary

Founded in Maddock, N.D., in 1965, Summers is a leading fabricator of agricultural equipment, including tillage, land rollers, field sprayers, mounted attachments and rock picking implements, and utilizes an established dealer network across North America to facilitate sales worldwide.
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Valmont Acquires Majority Stake in AgSense

Valmont Industries, Inc. (NYSE: VMI), a leading global provider of engineered products and services for infrastructure and mechanized irrigation equipment for agriculture, announced today that it has acquired a majority interest in South Dakota-based AgSense.
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Special Report: Transitioning to the Next Generation of Dealers

Staying Ahead of Our Customers: The Future Demands Continuous Learning

Our customer base is livestock oriented. It includes small hay farmers, custom hay farmers, dairies and hobby farmers. We are beginning to see a growing number of absentee owners as well. A majority of them have no real agricultural experience, kind of like me, and they hire people to look after their land.
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New Trelleborg Adds Size to TM3000 Range

Trelleborg presents a new size in its TM3000 line: IF800/70R38TL CFO 184A8. This line, specifically designed for Cyclic Field Operations (CFO), is Trelleborg's answer to the requirements of the latest generation of harvesters and combine machines. A new tread pattern, along with an advanced casing design, maximizes the load capacity of the tire at low inflation pressure, preserving the soil and the environment.
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Martin Industries Profile: History

After leaving no-till farming in 1972, Howard Martin decided to give it another try in the early 1980s. The combination of hard pan and thick residue caused the soil profile to remain moist through the corn planting season. This condition was lead- ing to stands that were only 40-50% of what they should have been. A study done by Iowa State Univ. on the connection between crop residue and soil temperature prompted Martin to pursue a solution.
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